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Do not talk about that movie. Utter blasphemy. Nothing was good about it. Apart from maybe Neo.
I know that's why I was using it as an example of a terrible movie when describing how bad Man of Steel is. But despite how terrible Matrix Revolutions is I would much rather endure sitting though that again than rewatching Man of Steel. Actually I'd rather clean every public toilet in London using just my tongue than rewatch that monstrosity.
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Man of Steel is a pile of vomit infested horse diarrhoea, another regurgitation of the putrid that's being continuously thrown-up in the modern-day action genre. Nothing but a mindless, empty, over the top, illogical, endless monotony of retched CGI sequences spewed over some horse Ń•hit that's supposed to be called a story. It was just Hollywood's latest bowel movement excreted atop the flaming heap of manure that they've been dumping all over us.

The next time somebody tries to force me into watching one of these Hollywood action films I'm going to gauge my eyes out with a fork in order to get out seeing it.

So you wouldn't recommend it, then?  Think
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I saw man of steel and it wasn't that bad. I have seen a lot worse.
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'Man of Steel' was an amazing Superman movie.

Watched it on my way home and to coin a fellow MWer phrase, meh.

Watched the Hobbit 2 in Hobbiton country today.  I enjoyed the first better but it was ok.  Better than Man of Steel.
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My son is taking me to see the latest Hobbit film tonight looking forward to it,
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My son is taking me to see the latest Hobbit film tonight looking forward to it,

I'm waiting until it comes out on DVD or online or something because is no way on god's earth I will be able to sit in a cinema for 2 hours and 53 minutes are however long it is. Anyway, I heard this one is more action packed and is better than the first.
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End of Watch - Enjoyed this as I was able to feel connected with the main characters. That and the intentional rough camerawork made this very absorbing and has left me emotionally drained.
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Best I saw in 2013, a couple released end 2012, I know.
Cloud Atlas, Argo, Madame Bovary, Dans La Maison, Angel's Share, Philomena.
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Just home from the new Hobbit film. Enjoyed it very much but the ending was terrible. Will have to wait a year for the next one.
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Just finished watching What's Eating Gilbert Grape on the telly. Forgot how good baby Leo DiCaprio and Johnny Depp were in that movie.
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Went to see "All is Lost" starring Robert Redford. It's a long time since I've seen so many of the audience walk out during the performance.

Although neither of us joined the walking throng, we kept hoping the film would end. Not our type of movie.

However, many film critics gave it 4 or 5 stars. Obviously, they were watching a different film from us.
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@OSS
They didn't like it on  Radio 4's "Front Row" which is always my first point of reference.
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Just finished watching Kill Bill again, now that's a real movie.
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Just watched 'Enough Said (2013)' was a good movie, pretty realistic.. and it sort of reminded me of 'Knocked Up' in a way - in both these movies I started thinking [the guys in these relationships are really cool and the women are annoyingly judgemental lol] but in both I managed to warm to them by the end.
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Watched 'Olympus Has Fallen' the other night. A bit gory for me, but thoroughly enjoyed it, even though it scared me.......I couldn't help thinking 'What if.......'  nervous
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